Carranza's Clinical Periodontology - Elsevier eBook on VitalSource, 12th Edition
The most definitive and widely used periodontology text for both the classroom and clinical practice, Carranza's Clinical Periodontology, 12th Edition includes the most current periodontal information from basic science and fundamental procedures to the latest advanced techniques in reconstructive, esthetic, and implant therapy. Written by leading experts Michael Newman, Henry Takei, Perry Klokkevold, and Fermin Carranza, along with a pool of international contributors, this text not only shows how to perform periodontal procedures, it describes how to best manage the outcomes and explains the evidence supporting each treatment. Covering all the information found on the National Board Exams in the US, this edition is a perfect choice for dental education programs and students. The Expert Consult website includes the entire, fully searchable contents of the ebook, as well as a wealth of resources including a periodontal pathology atlas, videos, animations, case reports, PowerPoints, and more.
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"This book is an excellent resource for clinicians of all levels – from dental students to periodontal specialists." Reviewed by British Dental Journal, Apr 2015
- Comprehensive coverage describes all aspects of periodontics in a single volume, including periodontal pathology, the etiology of periodontal diseases, the relationship between periodontal disease and systemic health, treatment of periodontal diseases, oral implantology, supportive treatment, and ethics, legal, and practical matters.
- Problem-solving, scenario-based learning opportunities use well-documented case reports to help you learn both basic and advanced procedures and techniques.
- 'Speed to competence' is enhanced with access to print, online, and mobile platforms.
- A unique approach combines evidence-based decision-making, science transfer, and classification/nomenclature throughout every chapter.
- A one-of-a-kind Genetic Factors and Periodontal Disease chapter examines the role of genetic factors in gum disease.
- In-depth information serves as an excellent foundation in preparing for the National Board Dental Exam.
- Coverage of the latest advances includes the emerging link between periodontal disease and systemic health.
- Full-color illustrations depict the newest developments in surgical technology.
- A new Multidisciplinary Approach to Dental and Periodontal Problems chapter discusses the importance of collaborative care in the practice of periodontics.
- Etiology of Periodontal Diseases (Part 4) provides a more comprehensive background in periodontal anatomy, physiology, and pathogenesis.
Introduction – The Historical Background of Periodontology
Part 1: Biologic Basis of Periodontology Section 1 – Normal Periodontium 1. Anatomy of the periodontium 2. Aging and the periodontium
Section 2 – Classification and Epidemiology of Periodontal Diseases 3. Classification of diseases and conditions affecting the periodontium 4. Fundamentals in the methods of periodontal disease epidemiology
Section 3 – Etiology of Periodontal Diseases 5. Periodontal pathogenesis 6. Genetic susceptibility to periodontal disease 7. The role of dental calculus and other local predisposing factors 8. Biofilm and periodontal microbiology 9. Molecular biology of the host-microbe interactions in periodontal diseases 10. Smoking and periodontal disease
Section 4 – Relationship between Periodontal Disease and Systemic Health 11. Influence of systemic conditions on the periodontium 12. Impact of periodontal infection on systemic health
Section 5 – Gingival Pathology 13. Defense mechanisms of the gingiva 14. Gingival inflammation 15. Clinical features of gingivitis 16. Gingival enlargement 17. Acute gingival infections 18. Gingival disease in childhood 19. Desquamative gingivitis
Section 6 – Periodontal Pathology 20. The periodontal pocket 21. Bone loss and patterns of bone destruction 22. Periodontal response to external forces 23. Chronic periodontitis 24. Necrotizing ulcerative periodontitis 25. Aggressive periodontitis 26. Pathology and management of periodontal problems in patients with HIV infection 28. Sleep-disordered breathing
Part 2: Clinical Periodontics Section 1 – Diagnosis, Prognosis, and Treatment Plan 29. Clinical diagnosis 30. Levels of clinical significance 31. Radiographic aids in the diagnosis of periodontal disease 32. Clinical risk assessment 33. Determination of prognosis 34. Rationale for periodontal treatment 35. The treatment plan
Section 2 – Management of Patients with Special Needs 36. Conscious sedation 37. Periodontal treatment of medically compromised patients 38. Periodontal therapy in the female patient 39. Periodontal treatment for older adults 40. Treatment of aggressive and atypical forms of periodontitis
Section 3 – Diagnosis and Treatment of Periodontal Emergencies 41. Acute gingival disease 42. Treatment of periodontal abscess 43. Diagnosis and management of endodontic-periodontic lesions
Section 4 – Non-surgical Treatment 44. Phase I: Periodontal therapy 45. Plaque biofilm control for the periodontal patient 46. Scaling and root planing 47. Sonic and ultrasonic instrumentation and irrigation 48. Anti-infective therapy 49. Host modulation 50. Occlusal evaluation and therapy 51. Adjunctive role of orthodontic therapy 51 SUPPLEMENT A. Pathologic tooth migration: A case report (online-only) 52. Breathe malodor
Section 5 – Surgical Treatment 53. Phase II: Periodontal therapy 54. Surgical anatomy of periodontal and implant areas 55. General principles of periodontal surgery 56. Gingival surgical techniques 57. The periodontal flap 58. Treatment of gingival enlargement 59. The flap technique for pocket therapy 60. Resective osseous surgery 61. Periodontal regeneration and reconstructive surgery 62. Furcation involvement and treatment 63. Periodontal plastic and esthetic surgery 64. Periodontal microsurgery 65. Recent advances in surgical therapy: Lasers in periodontal therapy
Section 6 – Periodontal-Restorative Interrelationships 66. Preparation of the periodontium for restorative dentistry 67. Restorative interrelationships 68. Multidisciplinary approach to dental and periodontal problems
Section 7 – Supportive Treatment and Results of Treatment 69. Supportive periodontal treatment 70. Results of periodontal treatment
Part 3: Oral Implantology Section 1 – Biology, Diagnosis, Biomechanics, and Treatment Plan 71. Periimplant anatomy, biology and function 72. Clinical evaluation of the implant patient 73. Diagnostic imaging for the implant patient 74. Biomechanics, prosthetic considerations, and treatment planning
Section 2 – Surgical Procedures 75. Basic implant surgical procedures 76. Localized bone augmentation and implant site development 77. Advanced implant surgical procedures 78. Esthetic management of difficult cases (minimally invasive approach) 79. Technologic advances in implant surgery: Dental implant microsurgery – immediate 80. Technologic advances in implant surgurgery: Piezoelectric bone surgery 81. Technologic advances in implant surgery: Computer-assisted surgery
Section 3 – Complications 82. Implant-related complications and failures
Section 4 – Supportive Care and Results of Implant Treatment 83. Supportive implant treatment 84. Results of implant treatment
Part 4: Supplementary Topics (Online-Only) 85. Atlas of periodontal diseases 86. Introduction to evidence-based decision-making 87. Assessing the evidence 88, Electronic dental records and decision support systems 89. Locally delivered, controlled-release antimicrobials 90. Locally delivered, controlled-release antimicrobials: Drug development and clinical research
Michael G. Newman, DDS, Professor Emeritus, Section of Periodontics, School of Dentistry, University of California, Los Angeles, CA, Henry Takei, DDS, MS, Distinguished Clinical Professor, Section of Periodontics, Clinical Professor, Section of Periodontics, School of Dentistry, University of California, Los Angeles, CA, Perry R. Klokkevold, DDS, MS, Associate Professor, Section of Periodontics, Program Director, Postgraduate Periodontics Residency, School of Dentistry, University of California, Los Angeles, CA and Fermin A. Carranza, Dr. ODONT, Professor Emeritus, Section of Periodontics, School of Dentistry, University of California, Los Angeles, CA